July 14 — Audiences got yet another preview of The Intemperate Sons’ forthcoming album this weekend.
The band debuted the album’s latest single, ‘Faceless Man‘ and the song’s companion video Friday. The song is the album’s fourth single behind its most recent single, ‘Game of Keep Away,‘ ‘Way Back When‘ and ‘Unrealized‘. The album’s exact release date is under consideration.
The band discussed the song’s musical arrangement and lyrical theme in a recently released collective statement.
“‘Faceless Man’ is our latest journey into an alt-acoustic soundscape with the proper amount of electric elements inspired from a heavy Alice in Chains influence circa the SAP-era,” the statement reads. “The song is about the fatalist view of the world seen through the eyes of an otherwise invisible person trying to survive from minute to minute. There is heavy influence on this track, not only from Alice in Chains, but from The Doors and Stone Temple Pilots as well.”
The song’s lyrical theme is illustrated in part through its video as a man is shown at points, head down, eyes closed, in a solemn look, as people rush around him, as if he does not exist.
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